Traditional Entrance Ideas and Designs
Medium sized traditional entrance in Hertfordshire with beige walls and marble flooring.
Perfect large hallway large secure front door large stairs accessing to all bedrooms and the flooring is beautifully designed. - angierhurst29
Traditional front door of this stylishly remodelled Victorian Villa in Sunny Torquay, South Devon Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle
Photo of a traditional front door in Devon with a single front door and a blue front door.
الباب شكله وانه يبقى لون - mayada_dawoud
This is an example of a large classic front door in London with a single front door, a black front door, white walls and ceramic flooring.
First and last impressions always start before you even get int the home. - thebrownhouseinteriors
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Design ideas for a large classic entrance in London with grey floors and red walls.
paradise. - jamalmumbo
Photo of a traditional boot room in London with a single front door and a grey front door.
good idea - and on a large porch onto the front door where boots and coats etc can live and it also serves as keeping drafts out - jess_gray55
Photo of a medium sized classic entrance in Buckinghamshire with limestone flooring and grey walls.
Look at just walnut paint colour dulux - helane99
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Inspiration for a traditional boot room in Gloucestershire with lino flooring and multi-coloured floors.
Space left on floor makes it seem bigger - dco25
A curious quirk of the long-standing popularity of open plan kitchen /dining spaces is the need to incorporate boot rooms into kitchen re-design plans. We all know that open plan kitchen – dining rooms are absolutely perfect for modern family living but the downside is that for every wall knocked through, precious storage space is lost, which can mean that clutter inevitably ensues.
Designating an area just off the main kitchen, ideally near the back entrance, which incorporates storage and a cloakroom is the ideal placement for a boot room. For families whose focus is on outdoor pursuits, incorporating additional storage under bespoke seating that can hide away wellies, walking boots and trainers will always prove invaluable particularly during the colder months.
A well-designed boot room is not just about storage though, it’s about creating a practical space that suits the needs of the whole family while keeping the design aesthetic in line with the rest of the project.
With tall cupboards and under seating storage, it’s easy to pack away things that you don’t use on a daily basis but require from time to time, but what about everyday items you need to hand? Incorporating artisan shelves with coat pegs ensures that coats and jackets are easily accessible when coming in and out of the home and also provides additional storage above for bulkier items like cricket helmets or horse-riding hats.
In terms of ensuring continuity and consistency with the overall project design, we always recommend installing the same cabinetry design and hardware as the main kitchen, however, changing the paint choices to reflect a change in light and space is always an excellent idea; thoughtful consideration of the colour palette is always time well spent in the long run.
Lastly, a key consideration for the boot rooms is the flooring. A hard-wearing and robust stone flooring is essential in what is inevitably an area of high traffic.
We love how spacious this space is. - homewings
Inspiration for an expansive traditional front door in Cornwall with a single front door and a dark wood front door.
Interesting. For initial entrance from Street or home. Could I use a certain material to get this look. I like the vines, but how much maintenance - courtney_day56
Photo of a classic front door in London with white walls, porcelain flooring, a single front door, a red front door and multi-coloured floors.
Nice entrance / lovely colour palette - narmina_gasanova
Traditional front door in London with ceramic flooring, a single front door and a black front door.
moulding around door and stair tiles - naomi_jane_slade
A Charlie Kingham authentically true bespoke boot room design. Handpainted classic bench with boot shoe storage, as well as matching decorative wall shelf. Including Iron / Pewter Ironmongery Hooks.
It shows ideas for a curved or right angled wall. Would suit my hallway. - alirgale
Classic front door in London with a black front door.
Embrace tradition with a brass knocker A brass door knocker is a quick and easy way to add interest to the front of you home. Keep it simple for an elegant, more traditional look or choose a fancy version with artistic detailing if you want to transform it into a feature. Be warned, though: brass will tarnish, so polish it regularly to keep it gleaming. - lucia_tang
Photo of a traditional front door in London with a single front door and a black front door.
Front door with chrome door furniture - norma_ireland
Design ideas for a large traditional boot room in Surrey with green walls, brick flooring and orange floors.
I am looking for something just like this, ready made - allyhood
Small classic entrance in London with light hardwood flooring and white walls.
Light paint and dark wood knobs - laura_phillips28